Over the last two years, we’ve created the foundation for a green industrial awakening in America — thanks to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the CHIPS and Science Act, and the Inflation Reduction Act. Collectively, they will leverage hundreds of billions of dollars to support domestic producers.
The green industrial framework is not new, but the policy levers are more powerful than ever. So what makes America’s industrial strategy 2.0 different from the Obama years? What lessons have been learned about what worked and what didn’t?
That is what we’re unpacking this week, live from the Prelude Climate Summit.
We’re joined by Katherine Hamilton, chair of 38 North; Jigar Shah, director of the Department of Energy’s loan programs office; and Sonia Aggarwal, CEO of Energy Innovation and a former senior advisor to the president.
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